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Subject: PLL for frequency synthesis

Date: 10/13/00 at 7:31 AM
Posted by: Dan Silvera
E-mail: daniel.silvera@jhuapl.edu
Message Posted:

Hello -

I'm new to the use of PLLs, and my board calls for synthesis of a 23.333MHz square wave from a 10MHz source. I know I need to multiply by 7 and divide by 3 -- but how exactly do I position the dividers to get these factors? Also, when should I rectify the sine into a square? before or after the PLL? Does anyone have any part suggestions (ease of use is a big factor)? I'm looking at the TLC 2932 PLL

Thanks,

Dan


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